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Collinsville yard sales July 18-20

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The following is a list of yard sales within Collinsville from July 18-20 July 18 424 Short Street 303 N. Morrison 413 Chapel Drive 601 Maple Street 5 Miller Lane 920 Virginia Street July 19 413 Chapel Drive 601 Maple Street 5 Miller Lane 920 Virginia Street 310 S. Aurora 609 Greenwood Place 320 W. […]

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New Collinsville High School principal hired

By   /  July 17, 2014  /  Caseyville, Collinsville, Education, Fairmont City, Maryville, News  /  1 Comment

David G. Snider was named principal of Collinsville High School on July 17, 2014 / Photo by Roger Starkey

The Collinsville Unit 10 School Board voted unanimously Thursday to hire David G. Snider as the new Collinsville High School principal. Snider comes to CHS from Staunton, Ill,, where he spent two years as the high school principal. The Carlinville, Ill. native made previous stops in Paxton and Palos Hills after starting his teaching career […]

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CARD names Zaber executive director

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Susan Zaber was named the interim executive director of CARD during a special Board of Commissioners meeting Monday / Photo by Dominic Baima

The Collinsville Area Recreation District Board of Commissioners named Susan Zaber as the new executive director at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. Zaber had served as the interim executive director since March 10. She came to CARD in Jan. 2011 after serving 15 years as a human resources and operations professional for places such as […]

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Mayor’s attempt to appoint new Caseyville village attorney fails without vote

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Caseyville Mayor Len Black / Photo by Roger Starkey

The Caseyville Village Board considered hiring a new village attorney and a new Tax Increment Finance attorney Wednesday. One motion passed and one left an uncomfortable silence in council chambers. Mayor Leonard Black’s nominee for the next village attorney garnered so little support from the Village Board that they did not even allow the motion […]

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